Emergency Crews work to extinguish Tractor on Fire near Waitakaruru

Emergency Crews work to extinguish Tractor on Fire near Waitakaruru

Emergency crews responded to reports of a tractor on fire near the Waitakaruru Hauraki District on Friday afternoon. The incident occurred at around 3.05pm across from State Highway 25. It is understood that injuries were not immediately known during the early stages. thisquality is awaiting comment for further information when...

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Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Vaccination: ‘I will be doing it soon’

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern on Vaccination: ‘I will be doing it soon’

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern, in a radio interview on NZ Herald's Newstalk ZB show, says that she'll be getting vaccinated with the Covid-19 Vaccine soon. It was said by PM Ardern, that: “I will be doing it soon” — but, reportedly adds that she's waited for the rollout of those...

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National adds Child Poverty to mix after Emergency Housing comments

National adds Child Poverty to mix after Emergency Housing comments

National's spokesperson for Children, Dr Shane Reti, says child poverty was a ‘flagship promise' by the Prime Minister. A report obtained by Dr Reti shows no measurable changes with housing conditions to factor in on. Further in the report, he adds that there's been no preventable hospitalisations or food security...

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Hawke’s Bay Man sentenced for selling Crayfish on Black-Market

Hawke’s Bay Man sentenced for selling Crayfish on Black-Market

A Hawke's Bay man has been sentenced after selling 97 illegally harvested Crayfish on the black-market of up to four months and two weeks home detention. 46-year-old Quentin Teremoana Hawkins was sentenced at Hastings District Court yesterday after pleading guilty to twelve earlier charges under the Fisheries Act. An investigation...

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Thief steals signs at Marlborough playground, Council disappointed

Thief steals signs at Marlborough playground, Council disappointed

An expensive habit has left Marlborough's District Council feeling disappointed after ratepayer-funded miniature road signs were removed without a trace. Nine signs at the Oliver Park bike riding track, which is a favourite for many designed for children's learning, were removed; it has left locals frustrated. In the past, signs...

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Some Wellington Bus passengers to face disruptions

Some Wellington Bus passengers to face disruptions

Greater Wellington Regional Council is warning passengers that their bus may not show up as per usual operations. Disruptions may be likely for Thursday, May 20. The Interruptions will occur between 9am and 3pm due to a Tramways Union meeting. There's no need to fuss too much as not all...

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